Britta Schaefer, right, and Marguerite Henderson, both 14, cut back a blackberry bush Saturday as dozens of Olympia High School students and many adults dispersed into the 172.4-acre Grass Lake Nature Park in Olympia. The cleanup is part of a Saturday parks program.
Britta Schaefer, right, and Marguerite Henderson, both 14, cut back a blackberry bush Saturday as dozens of Olympia High School students and many adults dispersed into the 172.4-acre Grass Lake Nature Park in Olympia. The cleanup is part of a Saturday parks program. The Olympian
Britta Schaefer, right, and Marguerite Henderson, both 14, cut back a blackberry bush Saturday as dozens of Olympia High School students and many adults dispersed into the 172.4-acre Grass Lake Nature Park in Olympia. The cleanup is part of a Saturday parks program. The Olympian

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